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    Fox News host Brian Kilmeade said Tuesday that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “is gutless” for refusing to fight for the Keystone XL Pipeline and acquiescing to President Joe Biden’s cancelation of the project. WATCH: “Justin Trudeau is gutless,” Kilmeade said during conversation on “Fox & Friends.” “Can you imagine being the leader of a country knowing that you cost your country billions of dollars and you don’t even point it out with the president of the United States? He had no problem criticizing President [Donald] Trump.” Kilmeade asked whether Trump would have spoken to foreign leaders without raising contentious issues. He cited the former president criticizing German Chancellor Angela Merkel for buying natural gas from Russia while accepting American military protection. (RELATED: Tucker Carlson Rips Justin Trudeau For Using COVID-19 Pandemic To Push Social Controls) “Justin Trudeau had an opportunity to say [the pipeline] had zero impact on...
    President Joe Biden is holding his first bilateral meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday, with the two leaders convening virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. During the virtual meeting, after which the two leaders are set to make statements, Mr. Biden and Trudeau will unveil a "U.S.-Canada Partnership Roadmap" detailing a commitment between the two nations to address areas of mutual concerns. Such shared goals include combating the COVID-19 pandemic, a sustained economic recovery, tackling the climate crisis, bolstering continental defense and strengthening global alliances.How to watch Biden and Trudeau meet and give statements What: President Joe Biden participates in a bilateral meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the two deliver statements Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2021  Time: Virtual bilateral meeting at 4 p.m. ET and statements at 5:45 p.m. ET Location: The White House Online stream: Live on...
    President Joe Biden will host his first bilateral meeting Tuesday with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, yet the event will look very different than most events with foreign heads of state. A senior White House official told reporters that the event will be fully virtual to comply with coronavirus social distancing guidelines.
    (CNN)Here's a look at the life of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.PersonalBirth date: December 25, 1971 Birth place: Ottawa, Ontario, CanadaBirth name: Justin Pierre James TrudeauRead MoreFather: Pierre Elliot Trudeau, former prime minister of Canada (1968-1979 and 1980-1984)Mother: Margaret (Sinclair) TrudeauMarriage: Sophie Grégoire (May 2005-present)Children: Hadrien, 2014; Ella-Grace Margaret, 2009; Xavier James, 2007 Education: McGill University, B.A., 1994; University of British Columbia, B.Ed., 1998 Religion: Roman CatholicOther FactsTrudeau is the first child of a Canadian prime minister to become prime minister himself.Has worked as a snowboarding instructor, nightclub bouncer and camp counselor.Regularly boxes.While campaigning for prime minister, Trudeau endorsed the legalization of marijuana.TimelineApril 1972 - During a state visit with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, US President Richard Nixon makes a prediction: "Tonight, we'll dispense with the formalities," Nixon says. "I'd like to toast the future prime minister of Canada: to Justin Pierre Trudeau." 1998 - Trudeau's brother, Michel Trudeau, is...
    The government of Canada reportedly invited China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to train with Canadian Army troops in cold weather conditions, Rebel News reported Wednesday. The information was unintentionally released in an access to information request (the Canadian equivalent of a Freedom of Information Act request) that redacted some sensitive material with a grey and not a black marker. The 34 pages of classified documents include a barrage of emails, memos and letters between the the Canadian Department of National Defense (DND) and the Department of Global Affairs. Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks in the House of Commons as legislators convene to give the government power to inject billions of dollars in emergency cash to help individuals and businesses through the economic crunch caused by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Apr. 11, 2020. REUTERS/Blair Gable The cold weather training was initially scheduled to...
    Canada will not lift the ban on non-essential travel with the U.S. until the coronavirus pandemic has significantly been brought under control. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday that the ban on travel between the two countries will likely last well into next year. The restrictions were first put in place in March as COVID-19 began to spread and it has been extended every month since. Cartoons on the CoronavirusView All 443 ImagesThe non-essential travel ban does not affect trade. "Until the virus is significantly more under control everywhere around the world, we're not going to be releasing the restrictions at the border," Trudeau told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. "We are incredibly lucky that trade in essential goods – in agricultural products, in pharmaceuticals – is flowing back and forth as it always has. It's just not people traveling, which I think is the important thing." According to health...
    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is the latest politician to be tricked by Russian pranksters pretending to be Greta Thunberg — only catching on when they asked to meet two fictional “South Park” characters. Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov — a duo known as Vovan and Lexus — posted audio on Monday of someone pretending to be the teen activist getting through to the leader and chatting for 10 minutes. “I understand that you have a lot of work and not so much time to talk to young girl,” the fake Thunberg told him in an exaggerated accent — saying she was alarmed at the “growing international crisis and the anticipation of the third world war.” “You are adults but you act like childrens,” the prankster said, telling him to not “play war.” “Leave NATO, drop your weapons, pick flowers, smile at nature,” the over-the-top impersonator implored the Canadian. Trudeau...
    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is the latest politician to be tricked by Russian pranksters pretending to be Greta Thunberg — only catching on when they asked to meet two fictional “South Park” characters. Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov — a duo known as Vovan and Lexus — posted audio on Monday of someone pretending to be the teen activist getting through to the leader and chatting for 10 minutes. “I understand that you have a lot of work and not so much time to talk to young girl,” the fake Thunberg told him in an exaggerated accent — saying she was alarmed at the “growing international crisis and the anticipation of the third world war.” “You are adults but you act like childrens,” the prankster said, telling him to not “play war.” “Leave NATO, drop your weapons, pick flowers, smile at nature,” the over-the-top impersonator implored the Canadian. Trudeau...
    Justin Trudeau has led tributes to Joe Biden following his projected victory in the race for the White House – even as Donald Trump refuses to concede. The Canadian Prime Minister congratulated Biden after the Democratic nominee became president-elect earlier today after winning the state of Pennsylvania, giving him the necessary 270 electoral college votes. Mr Biden is also the most-voted for presidential candidate in US history, securing around 75 million ballots. Biden, who will be the 46th US President, will address the nation tonight despite continued protestations from Trump. Justin Trudeau (left) has led tributes to Joe Biden (right) following his projected victory in the race for the White House – even as Donald Trump refuses to concede The Canadian Prime Minister congratulated Biden after the Democratic nominee became president-elect earlier today Mr Trudeau took to Twitter with a post that read: 'On behalf of the Government of Canada, I...
    By Kelsey Johnson OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Canadian charity at the heart of a conflict-of-interest investigation into Justin Trudeau disclosed on Thursday that it had paid the Canadian prime minister's mother and brother to speak at events it organized. The WE Charity Canada statement confirmed an earlier report by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). The youth-focused charity said it paid honoraria to Trudeau's mother, Margaret, amounting to C$250,000 ($184,000) for speaking at about 28 events, while his brother Alexandre spoke at eight events and received about C$32,000 ($23,540). The events took place between 2016 and 2020. Last week, Canada's ethics commissioner said he was investigating Trudeau for conflict of interest after his Liberal government awarded a sole-sourced, C$900 million ($662.9 million) government contract to WE Charity to administer a student grant program. WE Charity said last week it would no longer manage the program. "The Prime Minister's relatives engage with...
    The main entrance to Rideau Hall in Ottawa was damaged after an alleged attack by a gunman. GETTY IMAGES The man, who was armed, used his vehicle to break through the main entrance to Rideau Hall in Ottawa in the morning, the police reported. He then entered the property’s gardens on foot before being confronted by police who stopped him without incident, without the charges against him being reported. The van was checked by anti-explosion specialists. REUTERS Trudeau and his family, which were installed in a house in the Rideau Hall complex while the Prime Minister’s official residence is being renovated, were not in the place at the time of the incident. Nor was Governor-General Julie Payette, who resides in Rideau Hall as the official representative of Queen Elizabeth II, Canada’s head of state. “We are grateful to the RCMP (Canadian Mounted Police) and the police for quickly...
    Following the death of George Floyd, there have been protests against police brutality in countries such as the U.K., Germany, France, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and Canada. Justin Trudeau showed up at a demonstration in Ottawa, where the Canadian prime minister kneeled to show his support in fighting against racial inequality. However, people were quick to point out Trudeau's problematic past of wearing blackface. Trudeau, wearing a black face mask, made an appearance at a George Floyd protest where he held up a Black Lives Matter shirt. Outside the Canadian Parliament, Trudeau took a knee, a symbolic gesture that recently has been a rallying call to bring justice to Floyd, who died after a Minneapolis police officer kneeled on his neck for nearly nine minutes. While some in the crowd cheered the prime minister, one man in the group screamed: "GO HOME BLACKFACE! GO HOME!" Meanwhile...
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